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    Default NO DEAL! Nancy Pelosi is SCHOOLING Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Elizabeth~ View Post
    President Trump’s Deal Is Going to the Floor for a Vote



    http://www.independentsentinel.com/p...-a-vote-video/
    Dems are already on the record. NO DEAL! NO WALL! RE-OPEN THE GOVERNMENT LOSER!

    Pelosi is winning battle with Trump because she's better at her job
    https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-a...21-p50skx.html
    Pelosi is winning battle with Trump because she's better at her job
    By Doyle McManus
    21 January 2019 — 7:12am
    Washington: Nancy Pelosi is winning her showdown with President Donald Trump for one simple reason: She knows how to do her job better than he knows how to do his.

    The House speaker is fond of three precepts; spend time with her and you'll hear them all. One is from Abraham Lincoln: "Public sentiment is everything. With it, nothing can fail; against it, nothing can succeed."

    The second is from her father, an old-school Democratic mayor of Baltimore: "Votes are the coin of the realm." The third is her own: Never underestimate Nancy Pelosi.

    In this battle, she's winning - and Trump's losing - on all three counts.

    Since the US president forced the partial shutdown of the federal government on December 22, public sentiment has run against him and the wall he wants to build on the border with Mexico.

    A Pew Research Centre poll released Wednesday reported that 58 per cent of Americans oppose building a border wall; 61 per cent disapprove of the way Trump is handling the shutdown.

    But if he's being blamed, it's his own fault. In a contentious meeting on December 11, Trump told Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer that he'd be "proud" to shut the government over his demands for a wall.

    "I will take the mantle," Trump said as the clash played out on live TV. "I will be the one to shut it down."

    Even worse for the White House, Democratic voters are more unified on the issue than Trump's base. The Pew survey found that 84 per cent of anti-wall Democrats oppose any compromise that includes funding for the wall.

    So Pelosi and her allies are winning the "outside game," the battle for public opinion - even though that's supposed to be Trump's turf.

    The speaker is prevailing in the inside game too. That should not come as a surprise, since she's one of the Democrats' best vote counters in a generation.

    After the November 6 midterm election, her re-election as speaker was challenged but she quashed a nascent Democratic rebellion with relative ease.

    Now the confrontation with Trump has united House Democrats; the left-wing insurgents and centrist mavericks who once grumbled about the 78-year-old speaker have fallen into line.

    Contrast that with the Republican-led Senate, where a dozen members of the GOP majority have complained that the White House has no strategy and several have proposed reopening the government without money for a wall.

    Trump has never mastered the art of dealing with his own party in Congress, let alone the opposition.

    He's changed his positions on proposed legislation without warning. He's made promises only to back down under fire from hard-line conservatives. And when the results displeased him, he often blamed his allies.

    In Congress, Pelosi's home turf, the president is out of his league.

    As for underestimating Pelosi, Trump has long said he respects the speaker's political skills. But he overestimated his chances of winning the trust of the highest-ranking elected woman in US history.---SNIP---


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    Default Lies! Those black people had nothing to do with those MAGA kids harrassing the Native Elder.

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Elizabeth~ View Post
    Angry blacks screaming crackers caused DC mob


    Critics Push Back Against Media Reports Covington Catholic High School Students Racist Toward Native American Drummer

    https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/...tive-american/

    The MAGA hat kids did NOT start the confrontation.
    Stop lying!!! Those MAGA kids WERE responsible for harrassing the Native Elder but those same kids were too scared to harrass and mock those black protesters.

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